The Emperor's New Groove (10-Dec-2000)|
Director: Mark Dindal
Writers: Roger Allers; Stephen Anderson; Mark Dindal; Don Hall; Matthew Jacobs; John Norton; David Reynolds; Chris Williams
A young Incan emperor obsessed with maintaining his "groove" is turned into a llama by a recently-sacked associate, forced to find a way to become human again to regain power.
Kuzco, eighteen-year old Incan emperor, rules over his land with a distinct measure of arrogance and carelessness, attitudes showcased in his desire to evict humble farmer-cum-village leader Pacha and family from their home to build an opulent summer estate for himself. Our man's hubris comes back to bite him in a bad way when power-hungry associate Yzma, recently fired from her job as an adviser to the throne, turns Kuzco into a llama with the aid of a magical potion, forcing the young man to put his old ways aside to seek help from Pacha towards becoming human again and getting his "groove" back.
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